IMPORTANT EMAIL CHANGES FOR NEW ROCHELLE STAFF/STUDENTS
NEW ROCHELLE IS GOING GOOGLE!
Administrators, teachers, staff and students in grade 3-12 are moving to our Google for Education platform: @nredlearn.org
As of July 3rd, email addresses in our website directories will change, so please note. To reach an individual by email you will (for most individuals) type in the first initial of their first name followed by their last name and then @nredlearn.org (previously it was simply @nred.org).
Congratulations Class of 2015!
We extend our congratulations and job well-done to all our graduates. Please visit the district Facebook page to view photos from New Rochelle High School's ceremony plus the moving up ceremonies at all CSDNR schools:
My Brother’s Keeper New Rochelle to Host Local Action Summit June 11
All are invited to help plan course of success for young people, from pre-K through college and careers; MBK National Entrepreneurial Champion Mike Muse is Keynote Speaker. Read more...
MBK Flyer English
MBK Flyer Spanish
M. Muse Bio
Planetarium Show June 18 at 7 PM
Spend an Evening Under the Stars. Find out why Earth has seasons!
Wipro Science Fellowships
2015-2017 Wipro Science Education Fellowships were awarded to five CSDNR teachers.
Letter from Board President Merchant
On Tuesday, May 19, the 2015-16 proposed school district budget was solidly approved by the majority of voters of our community. Board of Education President Lianne Merchant thanks voters and shares her thoughts in this letter.
Results of the City School District of New Rochelle Budget and Board Trustee Vote of May 19, 2015
PTA Council Launches Website
The City School District of New Rochelle PTA Council announces the launch of its website www.nrptac.org
The website is a gateway to all individual New Rochelle schools' PTA websites, New York State PTA website, National PTA website and more. It also hosts a Calendar and News section.
SEPTA's We Are One Celebration a Rousing Success
Mayor Noam Bramson received the prestigious Bridges award and NRHS junior Michael Apollo, Jr. accepted the first Bridges student award.